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not at all
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. para nada
I was expecting him to be upset, but he was not at all mad.Esperaba que estuviera molesto, pero no estaba enojado para nada.
b. en absoluto
I think you two would get along great. - No, she doesn't like me. Not at all.Creo que ustedes dos se llevarían muy bien. - No, no le caigo bien en absoluto.
c. en lo absoluto
I didn't know what the movie was about, but that ending was not at all expected.No sabía de qué trataba la película, pero ese final no lo esperaba en lo absoluto.
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